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As the temperature of a sample of matter is increased, what happens to the average kinetic energy of the particles in the sample? A. It decreases. B. It increases. C. It does not change.
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A process that absorbs heat is a(n) _____ process. A. exothermic B. endothermic C. polythermic D. ectothermic
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Daniel Defoe is considered A. the authority on the plague. B. the founder of the English novel. C. an important English diarist. D. a Nobel Prize–winning author.
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Correctly label the missing words. A. 1-nobles, 2-religion, 3-financial B. 1-people, 2-capitalism, 3-social C. 1-monarchy, 2-nationalism, 3-financial D. 1-nobles, 2-financial, 3-religion
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Whose Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy explained his findings regarding gravity? A. Isaac Newton B. Galileo Galilei C. René Descartes D. Ibn Sina
Weegy: A. Isaac Newton User: How did the Age of Exploration affect European advancements in ship technology? A. Most of Europe slowed ship-making technology, instead choosing to fund local pursuits of gold and silver. B. With the move toward longer voyages, better, safer, and faster ships were needed. C. Advancements in ship technology actually halted during the Age of Exploration. D. There was no need for advancements in ship technology during the Age of Exploration, because ships were already fit for long sea voyages. Weegy: A. Most of Europe slowed ship-making technology, instead choosing to fund local pursuits of gold and silver. User: What was the Silk Road? A. a thousand-year-old trading network that linked Eurasia B. a trade route in which only silk was exchanged C. a trade route controlled by the Europeans D. the route of exploration that Marco Polo took Weegy: The Silk Road was a thousand-year-old trading network that linked Eurasia. User: Hobbes, Voltaire, and Rousseau were historical figures attached to what historical era? A. the Reformation B. the Enlightenment C. the Age of Exploration D. the Scientific Revolution Weegy: the Enlightenment User: How did Marco Polo influence Christopher Columbus? A. He told him about East Asia. B. His book on westward water routes influenced Columbus to find his own. C. Columbus studied Marco Polo's book about East Asia and used it to plan further voyages. D. Marco Polo was the first to introduce East Asia to th Weegy: C. Columbus studied Marco Polo's book about East Asia and used it to plan further voyages. User: Which economic class of people was most likely to support the Reformation? A. low church officials B. lower classes C. middle classes D. upper classes Weegy: The economic class of people was most likely to support the Reformation was the B. lower classes. (More)
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